Then Last week's photos of the refurbished Peugeot 208, which will arrive in the second part of the year to concessionaires, the French company of the PSA group has decided to put an end to the wait and has released a full set of pictures and videos to show the world its new creation. At the same time, Peugeot presented an important part of the mechanics that one of the most commercialized models of its Online-up,
IN this morningPeugeot emphasizes that the 208 uses a state-of-the-art platform dedicated to Segments B and C. The name of the architecture is the CMP, which is characterized by adaptation in terms of size and different types of engines. So the French compact will be able to satisfy customers looking for electric, diesel and gasoline engines.
The CMP base is 30 kg lighter than the current 208 and reduces friction due to the fact that it assembles only Class A tires (low rolling resistance). Similarly, Peugeot claims to have summed up the Stop & Start system, so it is likely to be a standard feature in the entire 208 range.
PureTech, BlueHDI and the Ecological
There will be five propellers to equip the 208 2020. The bencinera range consists of a 1.2 liter PureTech engine and three cylinders. The first one supplies 75 horses and is linked to a five-speed manual gearbox; followed by 100 hp, which can work with a six-speed manual transmission or an eight-speed automatic, and shuts down the power to the PureTech 130 petrol station, which is only connected to the AT8 box.
In the only diesel version, the BlueHDI 100 horsepower unit joins the six-speed manual gearbox. The gasoline propellers meet emission standards 6d and diesel fuel at 6d-temp.
0 noise and 0 vibrations
The Peugeot e-208 will be driven by an electric unit that produces 136 hp and 260 Nm of torque available. It can be run in three different modes: Eco, to optimize the range; Normally, to optimize the comfort for everyday use; and sport that delivers sensations for greater performance, full torque and 0 to 100 km / h for eight seconds.
The Eco-friendly 208 can regenerate energy through the brakes. The approved range of autonomy according to the WLTP cycle (World Harmonized Test Procedures for Light Vehicles) is 340 kilometers and 450 kilometers in the NEDC (New European Driving Cycle).
208 cockpit of Peugeot DNA
The model features the Peugeot i-Cockpit on the basis of three pillars: visibility, control and space for objects.
All the information, according to what Peugeot explains, is easy to evaluate, specifically designed to facilitate driver and passenger access. Depending on the equipment coverage, 208 can offer a two-panel panel on the screen.
The steering, Peugeot explains it with easy handling, adapted to tactile and intelligent positioning. For its part, the space for depositing mobile devices or items of travelers is also central to the development of this new passenger compartment.
Larger compartments are located in the middle of the two seats, under the armrests; in the tray in front of the console and in the same space there is discreet space for charging through the induction of mobile devices.
The Peugeot 208 will make its world premiere in March at the Geneva Motor Show. The European market will arrive before the end of the year.